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Bauma: New equipment solutions from Metso

Metso LT200HP mobile crushing plant

Finnish company to launch latest product innovations for aggregates and mining sectors

METSO will be showcasing a number of new products and technological solutions for the aggregates, mining and construction industries. The wide range of equipment on show has been designed specially to help improve productivity, ensure operations are more efficient and achieve the lowest cost-per-tonne.

‘Metso continues to invest in the development of solutions for aggregates and mining segments and we are extremely excited to be able to launch these latest innovations at Bauma,’ said Olli-Pekka Oksanen, Metso vice president for west Europe.


‘Many of the developments we are showcasing are based on our customers' feedback on product capabilities and their business requirements. These solutions will help our customers to improve the performance of existing operations and to control cost-per-tonne.’

In addition to crushing and screening solutions, Metso will be introducing a new groundbreaking innovation for off-highway trucks, allowing fleet operators to reach a higher payload while lowering their operating costs.

Other key products on show will include the Lokotrack LT200HP mobile cone crushing plant, which has been designed for secondary and tertiary crushing, such as producing aggregate for railway ballast, road construction, asphalt and concrete fractions. The LT200HP has been developed to meet Stage V emission regulations.

Also on display will be the Metso MX cone crusher, which features patented multi-action crushing technology, designed to reduce operational costs and increase uptime compared with traditional machines. Since its introduction in 2017, Metso have sold 50 MX crushers worldwide.

Among the other exhibits will be the Metso Lokotrack Urban range, which has been specially developed for use in densely populated environments (eg city centres). It offers better noise protection and reduces dust emissions.


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